Team Hawg MX EZ Up Work Stand [obs]

Team Hawg MX EZ Up Work Stand [obs]
Team Hawg MX EZ Up Work Stand [obs]

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Good but.....

This stand is amazing and for 200 buck u really cant go wrong with this stand it reliable and well built, but as i was using the stand i realized that its not absolutly un moveable at full height but still it does the job good its still sturty enough that i trust it enough to put my bike on it and leave it there with not one concern. Its a stand thats easy to use and easy to put together and its very reliable. I recomend getting this stand it will stop all ur back pains and make working on ur ride pain free and more enjoyable. Bottom line... GO GET ONE!!!!!!!!

mxracer8872 Top 250 Contributor
Long Valley, NJ
Great stand, but.....

This is a great stand, however, there are a few things that need to be addressed. Here are the great points: infinitely adjustable, thick steel construction, does not wobble at maximum height, moveable (with the wheel kit option), tough rubber pad, well balanced, lockable caster wheels, and reasonably priced. There are a few issues that need to be addressed by Team Hawg. I found several of the allen bolts that attached the legs to the stand had cracked after I installed them. It's nothing that a trip to Home Depot couldn't solve, but after spending several hundred dollars on this, who wants to do that??? Also, a similar bolt on the scissor mechanism that raises the lift had also cracked ... and I didn't even touch that bolt (it came that way). The "J" hooks that attach to the foot pegs are better used upside down. When used as described in the directions, it is impossible to work on the brake pedal, shifter or countershaft sprocket due to the interference of the plastic knob and threaded end portion of the "J" hook. Also, in my humble opinion, the support legs should attach to the stand with two allen bolts and not just one bolt.
I used the stand to completely rebuild my "08 CRF 450 and it really saved my back, knees, and neck from the torture of using a conventional stand. Getting the wheel kit in definitely a good idea, unless you have a dedicated area to leave the bike while you're working on it. One last's heavy. Leave it in your shop and take something lighter to the races!
Despite the few minor problems that I've listed, this is a great stand and worth the money. Team Hawg just needs to pay attention to the quality of their fasteners ... but the overall design is a winner! Now go order one!

STEAMIN711 Top 500 Contributor


San Diego, CA
Professional lift with a reasonable price

This is a great stand to have in the garage. No more back breaking valve checks or adjustments. No more cramped knees from kneeling on the ground. I have the one with wheels and I would definitely reccomend that one over the one without wheels. You can leave your bike anchored down on the stand and roll it out of the way. This stand is especially great for making your pit bike mods. The stand brings the bike right up to eye level.

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Q: Will this stand hold an ATV such as a YFZ 450?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: I wouldn't try to use this stand with an ATV. The max load on it is going to be 300lbs so anything over that is a safety hazard.
Location: seaside or
Q: Does it come with wheels?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: No, the stand does not have wheels.
Location: huntingtong beach, ca
Q: How high does this stand extend?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: dimensions:
12.5" height lowered
32.5" height raised
Q: Can you do oil changes with bike on the stand?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: I don't believe this has a cut out for the oil to drain through since the main support runs down the middle of the stand.
Location: Turner, Or
Q: So, is it as sturdy and stable as the description?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: Yeah it's a solid stand as long as it's on a good surface you should not have any issues with it tipping over or collapsing.
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